Bigger, faster Samsung Galaxy Note tipped for October
With a rumored 5.5-inch display, LTE support, and a 1.7GHz processor, Samsung may be cooking up an even larger Galaxy Note experience.
Samsung may be working on a larger, more powerful Galaxy Note for October, according to rumors hitting the Internet this week. Listed as having a 5.5-inch, 1,680x1,050-pixel display, the presumed Galaxy Note II is also said to feature a faster CPU and more memory.
Tracing the rumors back to their source, UbuntuLife advises that the smartphone will include Samsung's own Exynos 5250 dual-core processor, clocked at 1.7GHz. What's more, the Android 4.0-powered Galaxy Note II should come with 4G LTE connectivity across the board.
Things get a bit interesting on the subject of memory as UbuntuLife is reporting 1.5GB RAM. Considering the
Seeing as how this is the first whisper of a Galaxy Note successor, we should take it all with a pinch of salt. Samsung already has seen a moderatewith the first model even with limited carrier support. Should other wireless providers with the Galaxy Note, it would make sense to see Samsung ride its coattails for a little while longer.
Have you considered picking up a Galaxy Note for yourself? Are you at all enticed by an even larger display?